So you’ve heard that The AMOS Bursary offers great opportunities but you have questions… we’re here to help!
Sign up for our virtual open day this Wednesday 8th December 2021. You can come after school from 3.30pm or tell your teachers and get them to register the whole class or year group for 9.30am.
This is a one hour session where AMOS staff and students will be available to tell you more about what it is like to be a part of the AMOS Bursary family and how you can join us.
Register your place now at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/211112492147 and find out how to build a foundation for your future!
We want to attract, develop, mentor and support the next generation of ambitious young people.
You will participate in unique opportunities, experiences and leadership programmes to develop your social and commercial skills. You will have access to outstanding mentors, older students, graduates and our growing spectrum of corporate and higher education partners.
We are looking for young people who:
– Are hardworking and committed to making the most of every opportunity, from year 12, through to graduation;
– Have achieved at least 6 grade 9–6 at GCSE level;
– Are predicted A-level grades A*–C and planning to go to university or apply for a higher apprenticeship;
– Meet our application selection criteria
If this is you, don’t delay, apply now at www.amosbursary.org.uk/students and build a foundation for your future!
There is no-one more noteworthy in this year’s list, who has transformed the lives of hundreds of young men of British African Caribbean heritage who have the academic ability to attend university but are held back by other factors, than Colleen Amos.
Awarded an OBE, Colleen is a member of the Windrush generation who turned her passion for education and tackling underachievement by founding the Amos Bursary. Through her expert skills of bringing together elite universities and our leading international firms, providing internships and personal development programmes, she has transformed the live of countless young men to secure professional careers and by developing them into our country’s future leaders.